Alan Irvine has emerged as a potential candidate to become next Rangers manager, the Ibrox club have held talks with Robert Rowan about becoming director of football, and Craig Gordon’s contract talks with Celtic have been put on hold.
ALAN IRVINE is in the frame for the Rangers manager’s job.
Malky Mackay has asked Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers to help him implement the Scottish FA’s “Project Brave” youth development policy.
Head coach Ian Cathro has welcomed news the pitch at Tynecastle is being re-turfed, describing the six-figure investment as another sign of the support he is receiving at Hearts and also the club’s ambition.
Rangers hold interviews as they seek a new team boss and director of football, with more planned this week, reports PA.
Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty has insisted that the club must treat every remaining game like an Old Firm clash if they are to salvage European qualification this season.
Ian Cathro insists the William Hill Scottish Cup advantage has not swung from Hearts to Hibernian ahead of their Easter Road replay.
German champions Bayern Munich and Spanish giants Real Madrid have both been linked with a summer bid for Celtic star Moussa Dembele.